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Alfonso Romero Asenjo's distinguished career has resulted in numerous awards and distinctions, highlighting an unmistakable and very particular musical language whose appetite for spirituality and selective use of the avant-garde is now an established aspect of the so-called 'Generacion del 51.' The String Symphony has a cinematic restlessness that conjures hauntingly unsettling images, while the Cello Concerto pits the luminous and extended melodic phrases of the soloist against dense darkness from the orchestra. The Concerto for Two Violins is in part a tribute to J.S. Bach's work in the same setting, endowing Baroque resources with a mysterious and attractive modernity.
Alfonso Romero Asenjo's distinguished career has resulted in numerous awards and distinctions, highlighting an unmistakable and very particular musical language whose appetite for spirituality and selective use of the avant-garde is now an established aspect of the so-called 'Generacion del 51.' The String Symphony has a cinematic restlessness that conjures hauntingly unsettling images, while the Cello Concerto pits the luminous and extended melodic phrases of the soloist against dense darkness from the orchestra. The Concerto for Two Violins is in part a tribute to J.S. Bach's work in the same setting, endowing Baroque resources with a mysterious and attractive modernity.
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Iagoba Fanlo - Cello Concerto

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Format: CD
Label: NXS
Rel. Date: 05/10/2019
UPC: 747313904471

Cello Concerto
Artist: Iagoba Fanlo
Format: CD
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Alfonso Romero Asenjo's distinguished career has resulted in numerous awards and distinctions, highlighting an unmistakable and very particular musical language whose appetite for spirituality and selective use of the avant-garde is now an established aspect of the so-called 'Generacion del 51.' The String Symphony has a cinematic restlessness that conjures hauntingly unsettling images, while the Cello Concerto pits the luminous and extended melodic phrases of the soloist against dense darkness from the orchestra. The Concerto for Two Violins is in part a tribute to J.S. Bach's work in the same setting, endowing Baroque resources with a mysterious and attractive modernity.
        
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